Anglicans attending COP27 have raised their voices alongside a group of more than 50 faith leaders to call for an end to talk and move to action on climate change.
• Green Anglicans report on COP27
• Meet the Anglican COP27 delegation – Anglican Alliance
Auckland City Mission - Te Tāpui Atawhai has thrown its weight behind a report calling for dental health to be recognised as an essential part of public health in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Strandz children and families ministry resource hub team have joined with the Diocese of Nelson’s Discipleship Pathway ministry training programme to create a series of online leadership training materials.
The Diocese of Polynesia has confirmed a list of nine candidates who have accepted the call to discernment as the next Bishop of Polynesia – and therefore as Archbishop and Primate of this Church.
The General Synod te Hīnota Whānui has agreed to look for ways in which Māori, Pākehā and Polynesian strands of the Anglican Church can proactively share resources across the Church.
General Secretary of the Pacific Conference of Churches, Rev James Bhagwan has spoken out in support of the interfaith movement to promote ecocide law.
General Synod Te Hīnota Whānui has asked Anglican Financial Care to find ways this Church can provide housing advice, support and provision for Anglicans retiring from ministry in this Church.
The General Synod te Hīnota Whānui meeting Nelson last week voted to install the Anglican Communion’s Safe Church Charter as a permanent feature of this Church’s policy.
Te Hīnota Whānui has commissioned a wide-ranging equity review into stipendiary and lay salary rates for all people who minister in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.